PENGARUH JOB DEMANDS DAN PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL TERHADAP BURNT OUT DENGAN EFEK MODERASI SUPERVISORY SUPPORT

Endang Retno, Sri Subiyandani

Abstract


And the statistical The increasement of diverse statistical data requests at the same time and with the
support of limited human resources lead to a high volume of work in the BPS. Those conditions lead
to work overload that induce the job burnout. Some of the factors generate the workload pressure
are the differences of operational and procedure standard between local goverments and the BPS
administration descriptive create so many differences in product administration and procedures,
statistical data officer are dealing with the data which are coverage in a very large scope area,
dealing with the uncooperative respondents, and the most severe problem is the deadline of
the result. This explanatory study aims to examine how to mute the job burnout in the context of
supervisory support. The population in this study are 112 responden come from BPS Cilacap,
Kebumen regency, Magelang regency, Tegal regency, Klaten regency, Kudus and Semarang, using
sampling techniques incidental then the data were analyzed by partial least squares analysis. The
results of data analysis can be concluded that supervisory support will affect the willingness of human
resourcesto encounter job demands. No significant effect psychological capital on job burnout.Jjob
demands has significant correlation with job burnout. Supervisory support did not moderate the
relationship of psychological capital on job burnout. Supervisory support moderate the relationship
of psychological capital on job burnout.

Keywords: supervisory support, job demands, Psychological capital, job burnout.


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